Allelopathy or the study of interactions between plants.

The allelopathy is the science that studies the relationships  between different plants – trees, vegetables, aromatic and medicinal – with essences, resins and special substances to help ward off pests , to counteract the disease and improved including when planted together.

When the crops of these plants that benefit each other are brought together, they make better use of the space, the land, the water, the light, and the soil will always be protected by the vegetation located at different heights, as it happens in a natural forest.


Examples of good companion plants:

The beans or beans and strawberries thrive if planted more interspersed with celery, corn, potatoes, rosemary, garlic and carrot.

One spinach seeded for every four lettuces will make them juicier. The same mixed with garlic, chamomile, radishes and carrots.

Sowing calendula, borage, and basil among the tomatoes makes them produce more, and together they repel flies and white moth.

The onion and garlic planted with carrots repel flies.

Crops of squash or pumpkin crops with borage, corn and marjoram attract bees and grow better.

The garlic prevents the pests to be planted with onions, chamomile, strawberries and lettuce.

Celery, onion, cauliflower, cabbage, and tomato stimulate each other.

The peas or peas thrive bean or beans, cucumber, corn, radish and carrot.

The cucumbers planted with garlic and basil grow.

The cabbages are best if planted with celery, spinach, chamomile, peppermint, sage, thyme and mint.

The fruit surrounded by garlic, radishes and beans are not attacked by aphids.


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